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Wales

  1. 1. WELCOME TO WALES
  2. 2. A 7 DAYS VISIT TIMETABLE D AY MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING meeting, transfer to the hotel visit to Cardiff A supper at Rugby School, the first Frederick’s Restaurant look 2 morning rugby training A day tour to Convy (excursions, museum, free time, dinner and late supper in a small old inn) 3 morning rugby training 1 A visit to Aberdare 4 Boy’s Grammar School 5 6 7 meeting with famous Welsh rugby players Studying the school’s selection of Martyn Evans’ works of art A socialising party A friendly rugby match with the schools’ students A day tour to Green Man Festival in Crickhowell morning rugby A day tour to Wales Millennium Centre training and National Assembly Building A tour to Snowdonia Mountains on the Ffestiniog The final rugby match with a Welsh Treating to Welsh delicacies in Plas Bodegroes
  3. 3. RUGB Y
  4. 4. GREEN MAN FESTIVAL Wonderful days of new folk, American and indie music plus a range of workshops, performance art and comedy in green fields near Crickhowell.
  5. 5. MARTYN EVAN’S WORKS OF ART
  6. 6. Conwy One of north Wales’ finest walled medieval towns, Conwy contains over two hundred listed buildings within its tight grid.
  7. 7. Cardiff Bay The wonderful Wales Millennium Centre and National Assembly Building are just two of many striking modern structures around the rejuvenated Cardiff Bay.
  8. 8. FFESTINIOG RAILWAY Of Wales’ many “great little trains”, the Ffestiniog Railway, winding down through the Snowdonia mountains, is one of the best
  9. 9. Welsh Rarebit A Visit to Plas Bodegroes Restaurant A bit like ‘posh cheese on toast’ this is a famous Welsh dish. Here is our recipe for Welsh Rarebit. A traditional Welsh vegetarian sausage made with Caerphilly cheese, leek and coated in breadcrumbs. Glamorgan Sausage
  10. 10. Welsh Cawl Welsh Delicacies at Frederick’s Restaurant Cawl is a traditional Welsh stew, find out how to make delicious lamb Cawl. Bara Brith translates to ‘speckled bread’ and is a rich fruit loaf made with tea. Produced all over Wales the spiced fruit loaf is delicious when spread with salted Welsh butter. Bara Brith

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